Monday, August 31, 2009

Pterodactyl The Hemophiliac Puppy Has A Forever Family!



We have wonderful news to share: Pterodactyl the hemophiliac puppy has been adopted by our marvelous friends Sarah and David! Despite his diagnosis of Hemophilia Type A, Sarah and David have welcomed Mr. Pterry into their hearts and home with optimism and unconditional love. Talk about compassion in action! Best of all, we all live near each other so we can visit on a regular basis.

Michael and I got to see Pterry just last week and he is growing by leaps and bounds. These photos are from his first excursion to the beach. He is still in that delightful puppy phase where every fresh sight and scent is a novelty. Based on his abundant eagerness, you would never guess that this charming pup nearly didn't make it past his ninth week. We are so grateful that he has a committed family and a second chance...

For more insight in regard to canine Hemophilia, check out www.mydogfluffy.com - a website about a similar mixed breed pooch in Florida with the same condition. And of course, stay tuned for more Pterodactyl updates over the coming months. Michael and I are Pterry's self-appointed "godparents" so you are bound to hear more about him!

3 comments:

VickiT said...

TERRIFIC news!!

Laurence Palmer said...

LOVE the name!

Anonymous said...

what kind of dog is it? so cute!